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Mitsubishi xc-3716c monitor

Very high end monitor, 1280x1024 res,rgb inputs,need advice on digital tuner selection.what is ttl mode? any advice welcome,just want to save this from the analog graveyard. searched the net for info on this unit,not much to be found. help!

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Model (XC-3716C)

Manufacturer's product description
Mitsubishi represents the pinnacle in technological achievement for multi-person viewing of workstation generated, high resolution imagery such as CAD/CAM/CAE or scientific visualization. With its 37" (35.0" diagonal viewable image) flat-square CRT, Dynamic Beam Forming for improved image definition at monitor screen edges and with exceptionally sharp 1280 x 1024/75 Hz non-interlaced addressable resolution that is bright and bold even in high ambient lighting, the monitor delivers unparalleled performance and versatility. It also comes equipped with stereo sound and operates from virtually any worldwide video standard, plus compatibility with today's most popular graphics standards. Front control panel or multi-function wireless remote control (NOT INCLUDED) and on-screen display of all set-up functions make control adjustments, as well as input selections, easy and accurate. The XC-3716C color display monitor will truly make your next technical presentation sizzle with unforgettable impact. This unit was built in 1995 and has not seen any serious use since the year 2000
General
# Display Type: Presentation display / CRT - stationary
# Width: 34"
# Depth: 23"
# Height: 29"
# Weight: 209 lbs
# Enclosure Colour: Gray
# Compatibility: PC, Mac, Unix
Display
# Diagonal Size: 37"
# Viewable Size: 35"
# Max Resolution: 1280 x 1024 / 75 Hz
# Colour support: 24-bit (16.7M colours)
# Max Sync Rate (V x H): 120 Hz x 85 kHz
# Factory Preset Resolution Modes: 1280 x 1024 / 75 Hz
# Front Panel Controls: Power on/off, adjust +/- , colour adjustment
# On-Screen Controls: Contrast, brightness, H/V-position, H/V-size, degauss, trapezoid, parallelogram, OSD-position, colour temperature selection, audio volume, speaker on/off, select
# Features: Invar shadow mask
# Compliant Standards: UL, CSA, DHHS, PTB, FCC-B, FCC-A, VCCI-I
Video input
# Analogue Video Format: NTSC, SECAM, PAL, M-NTSC
# Analogue video Signal: RGB, S-Video, composite video
Audio output
# Type: Speaker(s) - integrated
# Sound Output Mode: Stereo
# Audio Amplifier: Integrated
# Speaker(s): 2 x right / left channel
Connectivity

Port(s) Total / Connector Type:

* Audio - line-out
* 1 x - 1

No burn ins - Crystal Clear Picture

Accepts RGB input with special cable that is provided

VGA inputs for computers and such

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Ttl is in short from Transistor-Transistor Logic.

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